Saint-Mihiel
The Essential
Interesting
All roads do not lead to Saint-Mihiel, and the motivations of those that head to this little place are varied. Visitors can go on river cruises on the River Meuse, set off with a rucksack into the Lorraine regional nature reserve, pause for thought at the First World War battlefields, discover the vast Benedictine library and admire the works of that local famous artist, the "tailor of images" Ligier Richier.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint-Mihiel

Benedictine library
Benedictine library
Occupying an entire wing of the abbey,
Église St-Étienne
Église St-Étienne
This original hall church (1500-1545)
0:15
Abbey buildings of Saint Mihiel
Abbey buildings of Saint Mihiel
This huge abbey, next-door to Saint
0:15
Maison du Roi
Maison du Roi
King of Naples and Sicily, Count of
0:15
Corallian rocks
Corallian rocks
Seven 20m-high limestone blocks stand on
0:15